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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

INDIGESTION "For months I suffered acute pain from indigestion. I was recommended to tryfBe Witfs Antacid*Powder. Four dose* brought relief. Now, after taking half a tin, / have completely recovered, says Mr, A. G. V. "Yon can do as 1 did." That's the advice of a host of sufferers who have ended indigestion and stomach trouble with this quick-action remedy. De Witt's Antacid Powder overcomes indigestion and stomach trouble because, firstly, H fteatralises excess stomach acid Then It soothes and protects the inflamed stomach lining. - Finally, it helps to digest your food whilst your digestion is being res tored to normaL Why suffer longer? ANTACID POWDER For Indigestion, Add Stomach, Heart* bun, Gastritis, Flatulence, Dyspepsia. Let Forgan's Help You What is more exasperating than delay during harvesting-, particularly these times, when there is such a shortage of labour? If the stoppage is caused by broken machinery parts, remember Forgans Specialize in Repairs and Replacements and...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RENHARK. H.S. HEAD MASTER'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

KNHARKM. HEAD JMASTER'S REPORT (Story on front page) In presenting his sixth annual re port as bead, master, of the Benmark District! Agricultural High School,. Mr. S. ~Li. Treganza, B.A., Dip. Ed. stated: It eeemB aa though in tnia ■war we are profiting from the mis takes of the last war when so little attention was given to post-war Plan ning Despite the necessary con centration on the present war effort, great attention today is being given throughout t,he British Empire to planning for the future. This is cer tainly noticeable In Education where so many changes are taking placfc— surely a healthy sign in our demo cratic way of life. The war has indicated the tremendous importance of secondary education as a founda tion for community service!, whether military or civil. Any nation unpre pared to pay the price for worth while higher education, must inevitably de cline in status. , , A It is now being realized that the community suffers if clever and zeal ous students, (provided th...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
A.D.F.A. ANNUAL REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

IAMA ANNUAL REPORT The full -text of the report of the Board of Management presen ted by the chairman (Mr. H. D.f Howie. at the annual meet-' ing of" the Federal Council of the A.D.F.A., held at Mildura recently, was as follows:— "The report your board of manage ment has to submit to Federal Coun cil on the 1942 season is a record of achievement under difficult circum stances. The entry of Japan into tile war si''ce our last r onference has brought the conflict right to Austra lia's shores, and in every walk of life a demand for a greater effort to assist in oar country's defence. In common with all rural ir.dunries, it is be coming increasingly difficult to recon cile the problem of maintaining pro duction, and at the same time give our men in the fighting forces the full supply of reinforcements they are entitled to. The main task is that t>:' winning the war, and the next is 1u continue our production .}:.y every means possible. For tile first job, the military authorities hav...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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CHAFFEY [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

CHAFFEY Recently a mystery bike take war 'held on Ral Bal Creek. There vm a large attendance and a. good pro gramme. A young cyclist who 'was riding a new bike crashed into 'a stump in the blind cyclist race, j His machine was badly damaged and he was lucky to escape serious injury, j A collection was taken up and a sum raised to help pay the. cost of repairs to his machine. The prospects this ye^r tor stone, fruit in this area are light. Apri cots, nectarines and plums are Bcanty. Currants show in a promising way. Sultanas are light and gordos have fallen on some blocks with the cool weather conditions. The river has now fallen and the creek no longer runs into the flat near the pumping station. The lower road at this point which has been closed for some time will soon be open again for traffic. The flat is now quite green but water still lies there and along the road by Mr. i Barber's property. j

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Prize List [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Prize List Daxss of School, Alan Rltcfcla, Phil ippa Lucas; leadership, Damn Dridan; Duxes o£ Intermediate* Clarence John, Pat Kuedfeer; Duxas at Second Tear, Peter WeBte, Fay Bechner; Duxes of First Year, JTurray Zimmerman, Jocelyn HaeelgTove; progress and In dustry, Joe Miller, Kevin Drage, John Cameron, Lloyd Millar,, Dorothy GWm shaw, Beulah Hendrick, Winifred Ol orenshaw, Pattie Heard. Sports Tro phies—Senior cups for athleticB, Alan Ritchie, Guilda Bromley"; junior ath letics, Peter Dougherty, Enid Patt rick. Sports pockets, Bon Buediger football and cricket; Pat Buediger, basketball and vigoro; Alan Bltchie, Guilda Bromley, athletics.

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

SATURDAY SATURDAY December 19 December 19 SONJA HENIE, JOHN PAYNE in "SON VALLEY SERENADE" JACK BUCHiANAN, KAY WALSH in "MIDDLE WATCH" FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25 * ROBERT PRESTON, NANCY KELLY in "PARACHUTE BATTALION" OTTO KRUGER, GLORIA DIXON in "THE BIG BOSS" SATURDAY FOTgHMv* MONDAY December 19 LeBellfflltiBSBIltifl December 21 ERROL FLYNN, FRED MacMURRAY in "DIVE BOMBER" (technicolour) PLUS SELECTED FHATUUETTES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23 * LOUIS HAYWOOD, JOAN BENNETT in "SON OF MONTE CRISTO" PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25 * JUDY GARLAND, JAMES STUART in "ZIEGFELD GIRL" PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES

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CLUB S.P.F. HONOUR ROLL. (B membership badge: S, service badge) [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

CLUB S.P.F. HONOUR ROLL. membership badge: S, scrvlce b.idge) Sheila Bradshaw (Ren. South) 2 S, S bars,. 3 aeroplanes. David Saies (Croydon) B, S, 6 bars, 6 wings, 2 aeroplanes. Roy Fettke (Vsitch) 2 S, 12 bars, 4 wings,. 1 aeroplane. Alien Schwarz (Nadda) S, 6 bars, 1 aero plane. Marga-et Blight (Pte. Bag, Waiketie) S, 6 bars, 1 aeroplane. Margaret Patrick (Alawoona) S, 6 bars, 3 prs. wings. Valma Stasinowsky (Mantung) S, 6 bars, 5 wings. Valda Zimmerinaua (Nadda) B, S, 6 'bars, 4 wing?. Isabel Rawnsley (Lor-'eday) B, S, 6 bars, 4 wings. Robert Ralph (SionaiJi) B, 6 bars, 3 wings. Lavina Butler (Kingston) B, S, 6 bars, 1 pr. wings. John Friman < Loveday) B, S, 6 bars, 1 pr. wings. Maureen Plummer (Renmark) S, 6 bars, 2 wings. Rex Arney (Wanbi) S, 6 bars, 2 wings. Joan Ellis (Mantung) S, 6 bars, 2 wings. Jean Ellis (Mantung) S, 6 bars, 2 wings. MSax Scholz (Lovedafr) B, s, 6 bars>, 2 wings. Pam Arney (Wanbi) B, 6 bars. Bruce Dunsford (Waikerie) B, S, 6 bars. Lorna Gilb...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES . Sponsored for Yeur entertainment by Local Interests am MM. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS STRANGE AS IT SEEMS J>raraatlsed events that prove "Truth is stranger than Flctlbn" im. Wednesdays PATRIOTIC PARADE Soul-Btirring' Melodies and Marches of topical Interest 1U. >m. THURSDAYS DREAM TIME Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse. CAMEOS OF MELODY 148 p.m. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS SWING HI Swing Selections from SUM'S Record Mbrary ""-"•F,"D,Ya ' MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS Gems of Melody from the World's favourites KEEP YOURSELF INFO) Overseas News Services Mix Time* Dally THE WATCHMAN . NtQHTLT. (except Saturdays)

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IN NEW GUINEA WITH A.I.F. Pte. H. S. Penny-field Writes Home to Berri [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

IN NEW GUINEA WITH A.I.F. Pte. H. S. Penny-field Writes Home to Bern Tha .following .extracts are takttn .from a letter Jrom PJte. H. B. Penny field, in -a Meld Ambulance unit with the A.I.i\ In New Guinea, to hla par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W B. Pennyfield -of Berri: Although we have been in -New Guinea for some time now J have not been In action all the time. The country is •extremely mountainous ana ths going bam sbeen particularly hard. Fortunately I have been feeling very well. It usually rains nearly every •afternoon and makes the tracks very wet and slippery, but everything is pretty good Just at present. We have a good camping place, "we never stay long in one place so 1 guess "we will have to move before long. Actually my work during this action has been much eagler and less danger ous than it might have been. The country is so very mountainous, that my proper job 1s considered much too toard for the whites, and the work ia 'being' done by natives -who are doing an absolutely ma...

Publication Title: Murray Pioneer
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Funeral Notices DALTON. — The friends of Mr. Ar thur Dalton are respectfully informed that the remains of his late wife, Ade laide Ann, were peacefully laid to rest in the Renmark Cemetery on December 16th, Rev. Hansen officiating. R. Douglass, Funeral Director, Phone 99 Renmark. ST. CLAIR. — The friends of Mr. C. St. Clair are respectfully informed that   the remains of his late son Norman were peacefully laid to rest in the Ren mark Cemetery on December 16th, Rev. Gray officiating. R. Douglass, Funeral Director, Phone 99 Renmark.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 17 December 1942

Engagement COOMBS —CARTER. The engage ment is announced of Valda Jean, W.A.A.A.F., eldest daughter of Mr. Stan W. Coombs and the late Mrs. K. Coombs, Renmark, to Delmar Fred Car ter, A.I.F., third son of Mr. C. H. Carter and the late Mrs. Carter, of Lyrup. Deaths DALTON. — On 15th December, at Renmark Hospital, Adelaide Ann, dear ly beloved wife of Arthur Dalton, of Renmark, leaving one son and five daughters to mourn their sad loss. Aged 74 years. ST. CLAIR. — Norman John, age 17 years, accidentally drowned December 13th, 1942, at Cadell. Inserted by sis ter, brother-in-law, and little nephew.

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Sheepskins for Russia—Renmark Appeal [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Sheepskins for Russia— Renmark Appeal Previously acknowledged f 37/11/6; L. Pitt 10/-; Eenmark Branch A.S. PX. £7/18^6. Total £46.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

OUTSTANDING FEATURE PROGRAMMES 8ponsar*d for Yeur .Entertainment by Local Interests 9.46 ».m. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS STRANGE AS IT SEEMS Dramatised events that prove "Truth is stranger than Fiction" aw Wednesdays PATRIOTIC PARADE Sou^stlrring Melodies an4 Marches of topical Interest 18.80 p.m. THUR8PAY8 DREAM TIME Melodious Songs and Beautiful Verse, <*» p.m. FB.DAY8 CAMEOS OF MELODY 1.4* p.m. WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS SWING HI Swing Selections from CRM'S Record Library MUSICAL HIGHLIGHTS CJeaus of Melody from the "World's favourites KEEP YOURSELF INFORMED Overseas News Services ' Six Times Bally THE WATCHMAN NIGHTLY (except Saturdays)

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Meribah Honours Airman Meribah, December 10. [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Meribah Honours Airman Meribah, December 10. ■ A social was tendered P.O. Cliff Davis in the Meribah Institute on Saturday evening. Mr. A. G. Petch wished Cliff the best of luck' and a safe return and spoke of the high esteem his parents and grand-parents had been held in the district. He presented the guest with a writing wallet. P.O. Davis responded. Mr. Petch asked all present to stand in silence for a few moments in honour of the boys from the district who had given their lives for the cause of freedom. Music for dancing was supplied by Mr. J\ Curnow and Mr. A. Ebert was M.C. Mr. N. Flavel acted as doorkeeper. •'Supper was served by the ladies, and the singing of "Auld Lang Syne" and the National Anthem brought the evening to a close ♦ » .. * * Mr. Vic Schubert is an inmate of the Loxton Hospital.—Mr. and Mrs. Hamdorf senr. have returned from, a holiday.—Mr. and Mrs. Bay Bladder left on Saturday for the school vaca tion .—Miss Judith Shearer returned to her home in Adelaide.—Mis...

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PERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

PERSONAL Mr, T. Lapin of Melbourne, pro prietor of Lapin & Blass, is spending a holiday at the Renmark Hotel. Combining business with pleasure, he has been attending1 to matters at his local branch store. Rev. Father McDonnell, who has been at Renmark as assistant priest to Rev. Father Hughes at Renmark for the past three years, has been appointed to Port Augusta, and will leave to take up his nevr duties on January 7. A farewell social will be tendered to him in the Catholic hall on Sunday evening. The Rev. Father Shlels, of Sydney, will take Father McDonnell's place at Renmark. The Rev. Brother Fergus, of the staff of Sacred Heart College, Ade laide, has been visiting the River areas this week,

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DATES TO REMEMBER [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

DATES TO REMEMBER December 30—Xmas Carnival in aid of R.S.S.C. and Military Camps Sports Committee at Boxy Theatre. December 31—New Year's Ball at Winkle. AUCTIONS AND MARKETS January 8—'Sale of Fruit Block, R. O. Fox, Barmera.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

TH B murray Pioneer RENMARK (Head Office), Box 18, Phone 3. Thurs. December 24, 1942

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FULLEST CO-OPERATION NEEDED [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

FULLEST CO-OPERATION NEEDED In an endeavour to meet the very serious situation which faces the dried iruits Industry in finding labour for :he coming vine fruits harvest, a spe cial • publicity campaign is being aunched by the local A.D.F.A. labour Jommittees. The fullest co-operation ,)f all concerned is sought in an ef 'ort to negotiate this most vita.1 period I jf the year under the grave disabili ties imposed by war conditions. So far the impact of war has served i useful purpose in establishing a .•loser bond between blocker and lab ourer, the accommodation question being a noteworthy case in point. Likewise the organization of "shop pies' weel<-end gangs" last season was jorn of a recognition of the close inter relation between the primary pro ducers and the town tradespeople. Tn an industry which owes so much of its success to close co-opei'ation imong individual producers in the marketing- field, the desirability of greatly extending- the principle along those two...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

Am I the wrong woman fox him ? It's a worry common to wives — when husbands grow indifferent. If YOU'VE cause to wonder, then check up on BAD BREATH. You don't think that you could have it? Then read what dentists say: TESTS SHOW THAT 9 OUT OF 10 PEOPLE BAD BREATH.THAT& WHY DENTISTS/ RECOMMEND COLGATE DENTAL CREAM. 1 "You see. Colgate's active penetrating foam gets into the hidden crevices between your teeth ... helps clean out decay ing food particles and stop the Btagnant saliva odors that cause much bad breath." See how much brighter your teeth are? Feel that penetrating foam refreshing your whole mouth? And don't you enjoy Colgate's tangy flavor? Such a pleasant way to combat bad breathl X/2SS PCcuuSadefvNvct A day.and before every party—use colgate DENTAL CREAM roil*"1* SCOTCH COLLEGE, BELAIR A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS HEADMASTER—N.M.G. GRATTON, 13.A., Dip. Ed. (University of Melb.) The Department of Defence having requisitioned the property at Torrens Park, Mit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Murray Pioneer — 24 December 1942

OGILVY & SONS Renmark Chambers, Renmark P.O. Box 8 — — — Phone £1 Licensed Auctioneers, Real" Estate Agents, Land Brokers, and Valuers Agancles:— New Zealand Fire Insurance, Co. Ltd.; National Mutual Life Association;' Australian Nat ional Airways, Pty. Ltd.; Ade laide Steamship Company; Dal gety & Co. (Shipping Depart went); Aberdeen & Common wealth "Bay" Liners; Execu tor, Trustee & Agency Co. of S.A. Ltd. Fares Booked for "The Gulf Trip" and to all parts of. the world. Travel by Air to all cities in Australia—Fares on application. If you desire to Sell your pro perty, consult us first, we have genuine buyers and ca.n arrange finance for Intending purchas ers. NEW ZEALAND Insurance Co. Ltd. (Established 1859) Fire Workers Compensation Accident Motor Car Local Agents: Renmark .. .. Ogilvy A Sons Loxton .. .. T. P. Mackenzie Berrl . . .. H E. Hall & Co. RENMARK STUDIOS (J. A. Reiners) Portrature, Colouring, Enlarg ing, Copying and Picture Fram...

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